Achieving GRC maturity is a unique journey for each organisation, requiring continuous advancements in leadership collaboration, process efficiencies, and the right technology enablement. While some risk and compliance teams rely on manual tools, this approach can lead to confusion, inconsistency, and errors in reporting, hindering program success. It is essential to strengthen risk and compliance programs by holistically addressing all areas of responsibility, enabling teams to work smarter, not harder, with the right tools and strategies to achieve GRC maturity.
Join our roundtable discussion with Managing Director of Riskcom, Earl Eddings, Chief Executive Officer at RMIA, Simon Levy, and Camms’ own Gavin Vermaas in our upcoming panel discussion webinar. Learn about the current GRC landscape, how most organisations manage their GRC functions, common issues hampering these processes, and discover how businesses can successfully overcome these roadblocks. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from leading experts in the field.
Simon is a highly experienced risk professional with 20 years of industry experience in Australasia. He has worked with globally recognised brands and organisations, collaborating closely with senior executives to ensure effective risk mitigation and contributing to strategic intent. Simon is a service-oriented leader who excels at building and executing sustainable frameworks and engaging employees proactively for growth.
Simon’s executive leadership snapshot includes strategy development and execution, team development, financial management, enterprise risk management, and corporate governance. Simon has extensive industry experience in financial services, health and aged care, not for profits and charities, property management, retail, and manufacturing. Simon's unassuming approach has led to shifting entrenched mindsets and leading the maturity of the Risk Profession in Australasia.
Earl Eddings, Managing Director at RiskCom Group, is a seasoned corporate executive in the sports industry with vast experience. He served as Chairman of Cricket Australia for 13 years and was North Melbourne Cricket Club President from 2001 to 2008. Earl also held a position on the board of Cricket Victoria as a director from 2006 to 2015 and was Deputy Chairman from 2008 to 2015. He played a crucial role as Co-Chair of the Victorian Indigenous Cricket Advisory Committee.
As Managing Director of The Riskcom Group, Earl brings valuable leadership and strategic planning skills to the company.